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Great service prompt
Reliable and beautiful products

Nice Scent

I would imagine this is how the Margaret River region naturally smells

Great Vibe

A really nice combination of essential oils.
All are great to chill with depending on your mood.
Invigorate is my go to.

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Amazing, Can't Wait to Learn More

Hi Leonie,
Last night's workshop was amazing!
I can't wait to practice and delve into more in my own time.
Thank oyu so much for sharing your knowledge with us and I can't wait to attend the next workshop you put on.

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What You Are Telling Us

676 reviews
96%
(646)
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(20)
1%
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Perfume oils

Great service prompt
Reliable and beautiful products

Nice Scent

I would imagine this is how the Margaret River region naturally smells

Great Vibe

A really nice combination of essential oils.
All are great to chill with depending on your mood.
Invigorate is my go to.

Have not received it yet

Amazing, Can't Wait to Learn More

Hi Leonie,
Last night's workshop was amazing!
I can't wait to practice and delve into more in my own time.
Thank oyu so much for sharing your knowledge with us and I can't wait to attend the next workshop you put on.

A Passion for Llife

A Life of Passion – or a Passion for Life?

a passion for life - no matter what your age

a passion for life – no matter what your age

 

Today I was talking to one of our neighbours… a lovely lady of advancing years… Her octogenarian husband is also a delight.  Having just returned from up north following the sun for the winter months, this couple know how to enjoy life.

Both are involved in numerous charitable and interest groups, intensely interested in music, playing, singing and listening, learning new languages and actively keeping theirflower and vegetable gardens producing throughout the year. There are never enough hours in the day for either of them.

  When catching up today, for the first time in what seems like months, my lady neighbour exclaimed astonishment at her husband’s enthusiasm for travel. “You know he’s off again” she said to me.

Having just returned from up north I would have thought that travel would be the last thing on his mind.  Envisaging a quick trip to Pemberton or over to the wheatbelt, I was informed that the “trip” is to far away England so he can pursue his genealogy research.

I delight in my neighbours passion for life… the realisation that life is very much for living and for cramming in as much experience into every moment we are blessed with.  This is even more poignant when you realise that our elderly neighbour recently dealt with a debilitating bout of cancer.

Yes life is for living and I want to be just like them when I grow up


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